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Book written by 8 year old. Living with Disabilities and the stigma. Heartwarming.
  • Hi I’ve been told I should make contact by many people with regards a book my 8 year old son who has autism has written it’s on amazon kindle. About not judging people because you never know what people are feeling and disabilities aren’t always visible. Please give it a read. Its a short rhyming story and t is really significant in today’s stigma with mental health. Thank you.

    A lesson to others that mental illness isn’t always visible. Very good read for kids and adults. On the spectrum or awareness about it. More awareness is needed, this is a simple fun way to teach not all is as it seems. A rhyming adventure with a twist.
    Written by an 8 year old with PDA, Aspergers, Autism, OCD, Anxiety and SPD.
    Monster Maze: Ghouls have problems too! https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07DTFLJVR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_74DrBbVXTJ4DS
  • RhanHRhanH
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    Thank you for sharing. What a fantastic achievement, you must be very proud!

    We will share on our Facebook page.

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